Sheikh Hamdan inaugurates new Dubai Fertility Centre
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Sheikh Hamdan inaugurates new building at Dubai Fertility Centre

Sheikh Hamdan inaugurates new building at Dubai Fertility Centre

Since its establishment in 1991, 5,099 babies have been born as a result of the treatment provided by the Centre

Dubai Fertility Centre

A new building at the Dubai Fertility Centre in Al Jaddaf was inaugurated on Tuesday by Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai Crown Prince and Chairman of The Executive Council.

Since its establishment in 1991, 5,099 babies have been born as a result of the treatment provided by the centre.

Between 2017 and 2020, the centre received an average of 14,000 patients annually and treated 24,000 families.

“We have inaugurated the new Dubai Fertility Centre HQ. I am confident it will serve to strengthen the UAE’s leading position in healthcare regionally and globally,” tweeted Sheikh Hamdan.

Sheikh Hamdan toured the new facility, during which the director of the centre, Hana Tahwara, briefed him on the new services offered and the centre’s treatment success rates, which exceed the international average, reported state-run Dubai Media Office.

The director general of the Dubai Health Authority (DHA), Awad Saghir Al Ketbi, said that the fertility centre provides treatment to families both from within the UAE and outside the country.

The DHA aims to further develop the centre by equipping it with state-of-the-art equipment and skilled medical experts.

Along with other public and private healthcare facilities, the centre is expected to enhance the offerings of the emirate’s medical tourism sector and attract more medical researchers and professionals to the country.

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